Mary’s research collaboration with Claudia Reardon, M.D. could not be more timely.
From the Seattle Times: “A luminous, heartbreaking and redemptive American Story.”
It’s time again to submit artistic creations to Ebling Library’s increasingly popular online art journal, Corpus Callosum.
What is it about Art? Find out in this recording we’re sharing for your inspirational pleasure.
Women scientists have sometimes had a fraught acceptance into their varied fields. View the film, then join us for what is sure to be a lively discussion on research, misogyny, equity and reward in the landscape of a woman scientist.
“Color is not a human or a personal reality; it is a political reality.” “The only thing white people have that black people need, or should want, is power—and no one holds power forever. White people cannot, in generality, be taken as models of how to live.” These and other powerful sentiments were written by Baldwin nearly 50 years ago, and they STILL bear discussion…
We are thrilled to share the latest in paintings, photos, audio pieces, crafts and written work from your health sciences colleagues. It’s Spring, and Art is in the Air!
Seriously, if the health sciences research, practice or administrative careers don’t pan out…these artists could have a fall back plan…
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